The Manchester Journal. (Manchester, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 44, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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Until our big egg contest closes. RftHWbpiV
THURSDAY, APRIL III
jl The three beantifnl and useful presents will be
St given away. Someone will get them; if you make
& the effort it may be you. You always get the best
2^ prices at our store, so you are out nothing if you
St do not win.
Premiums now on display in the east window
of our grocery department.
ft This is for EACH CUSTOMER’S PRODUCE
|* ONLY. REMEMBER THE DATE, APRIL 11TH,
St at 3 p. m. All tickets must be here at that hour.
Knows his business. He will re«
oair your watch and make it keep ac-
curate time, Jewelry of all kinds
epaired at right prices. All work ab-
Leave worn at rostonice
> “CORN KING SILO”!
Yellow Pine or
Did you ever stop to think
that every year forty cents on ft
the dollar goes to waste in every ft
corn field, and only sixty cents x
on the dollar goes in the crib? £
How are you going to stop ft
this waste? Only in one way— I
Cut up your corn 9
and put it in a Silo £
Then you will have green £
feed all winter. Let us tell ft
you more about it. ft
Let us tell you about that a
John Deere lister and 2-row ft
cultivator you need this spring.
I. E. MELCHER
- Have that harness dipped it Deeds
it. We use OQly the best Eureka
Harness Oil. S1.00 per set for team
haroem. I. EL Melcher’s Hardware.
Our high grade coaioil does not
smoke, and holds an even temperature
in your incubator all the time. Try
it at 18c. Watkins & Simmons.
We art having plenty of moisture
this sasson. It begin raining Sunday
and continued until! Tuesday m rn>
Mias Inez and Alta Jonas visited at
F. F. Armstrong’s near Gibbon Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Fred Armstrong was up from Gib-
bon in this vicinity on business
The spelling contest at Rosadal*
Dlst. 1, Friday night'wua sobceaa
Plain View are still winners. A large
Miss Alta Jones left Tuesday for
Alva, Okla., where she will attend
school there during the spring time.
A number of young folks spent Sun-
day J. A. Scott, and family.
R. C. Wood and family earns up
from Medford Saturday to visit home
Geo. J. Meyer’s eipeet to move this
week to Ha per, Kansas, If the roads
Mr. John Smith and family from
Florence Oklahoma, wars up visiting
with relatives Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Georgs, Saturday and 8unday.
Min May Bennett the champion
speller of the group contest want to
Medford to attend the spelling mate h
a few people accompanied here.
Pearl Glover Wilson
A pianist of rare ability, has been
associated with some of the bea
musical aggregations in the Unitec
States. Everyone likes to hear
this, the most beautiful of all par-
lor instruments, the piano. This,
feature alone is well worth the price
of admission, which is very low for
a high clan attraction. At the
opera bouse Tuesday, April 9th.
—Dr. Updegrmf^ the will-known
surgeon of Anthony, has Isassd his
hospital to a Dr. Bslgar, of tfarpsr,
and will open an offles In W lohlta.
Hs will still bs interested in tha hos-
pital at Anthony, howsvar, and will
glvs much time and penooal attention
LeRoy Parker, the only child of
Mr. and Mrs. Parker, ^proprietors of
the MontesiunaboteLdied Tuesday
y^ihg MCrd&ae. Vthefhotel.
1879 et Clyde,
county, Manses, end spent
ii rfildhdtf there. Hie fetber hes
__ ,iewetfl&lMts eontrector for
tpeny yeers, end hes been moving
from one piece to another, but
has always been with him.
yejhr they have
lived at Anadarko, Wakita and
fcobeWdt OkKrTbey ^tni to
Anthony last July and engaged in
the hotel business.
Last fell the deceased was injur-
ed in MrjNrtQPiobtfK' Rccidewt, and
ss a rtttftCTlhrtiftry ^ Opera-
tion we^flirmed ^Mk first Of Jan-
uary. TO batft fftriifa Continued
untill thi; -ot Tuesday,]
Mirth 21^ wbeirthe ingel of death
oame to releave his sufferings. Ser-1
vices were held at the hotel at 3
o’clock Tuesday afternoon, con-
ducted by Rev. 6. F.' Buok, after
which the remains were taken to I
Clyde for burial.
He leaves a wife and three chil-1
dren, aid father and mOtrer to
ptoun for him. They b#ve the
sympathy of many friend* in their
Orrow.—AdthOhy- Bulletin'. *
The pews of-Roy V death come91
es a shock to his many friends here,
ft Was' vrtll " knOwn" In this city,
especially tatbe ball players, as no
man in these parts ejv five a bet-
ter aocouhtibf 'Birfesalf pwind the
>at. Lest sum mer-he-played sev-
eral games with the Manchester
boys, anti tfdt dnly hle‘ exceptional
of.the garnet but tab Genial disposi-
tion end bis way of smoothing out
the rough place* in the game/ en-1
deared him to the. lovers of base-
And Roy had otimr qualities
that were good, and no one who
[ ..claimed his friendship or acquaint-
ance can say that a friend in need |
ever kppialra to him in' vain.
The writer; with the other friends
of the unfortunate young man, ex-
tendi Bekrtfelt Sympathy to the
^erevied parents, and to the widow
and little children left to mourn |
the lose of their 4bved one.
Solicit your business.
Dates made at the Journal office
or call at Slaughter farm *
Reference anybody. x
t __ _
* SHORT ORDER AT ANY HOUR. ft
PIES, CAKE and LEMONADE-OYSTERS in season, ft
We also have a full line of Candies, Cigars, Tobacco T
Melons, Bananas, Oranges and Lemons. ;
CALL and see us when you want a QUICK LUNCH. ^
Every thing Clean and Up-To-Date.
t. B. JOLLY,
for farm It
# C. E. Livengood, Pres. T- J- B°yer’ Treas> ft
S L. Feely, Sec’y. FloYd FeclT’ M^r* ft
*me Manchester Grain and.
—“Madame Sherry Ceapio j,”
whieb plays at Anthony Wednesday,
April 10th, is known as the “coast
shew,” having' pisyWfholy the lafger
elites in the west, Seattle, San Fran-1
elaeo, Salt Laka, and this weak to
playing hr- Deo'ter. Tbe company
curias two slxty-foot can of eleotrlcal
and maehaclcal effect*, and is guaran-1
lead to be tha biggest, and bast show
ever played W latfiobf They act-
ually carry lorty-llve people.
—Fob Salb-A good five-room!
house, with fine well and good out-
tolldlbgi. Has 100-foot front on bus-
ineM block in Manchester. Price, [
•1000,-one-half cash, balance on easy
payment*/ G. W. tiibw'. fe4t
—Last week It wae announoed that I
MtoaMarls Katebmar would be here'
an Wednesday of this week to organ-
ize a olam in'piano music, but we
wore later notified that It would be I
impodelble for her to get here beforej
Wednesday, April lfoh.
i - *■*
—Tha management of the opera I
bouse at Anthony ha* reserved and
placed at the Journal offloe a bunch of
tlaketa for tbs Madam* Sherry com-
pany, whtth plays there Wednesday, |
April 10th. Ttitotea guaranteed at-
traction, and thoee attending can]
rest amured of gatttng their mooey’s|
Solicits your patronage when you are in the market to buy
or sell ft
_ GRAIN OR COAL. PHONE 29 %
E. A. WATKINS, President. H. W. ^H’^Cuhter.
L. FEELY, Vice-President, J. W. MALLORY, Aust.
Citizens state Bank
OF MANCHESTER, OKLA.
DEPOSITORS GUARANTEED BY DEPOSITORS STATE GUARANTY FUND
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved and unimproved farms at reasonable rate or interest.
® Pays 4 per cent Int. on Time Deposits
■ TO ■ ■ MM MM m M m
We pay the highest prices for £
your Grain e
We have a good stock of Coal, Genu-
ft ine Canon City. T
ft We buy Hay, Wheat, Corn and Kaffir. v
ft We manufacture “Red Ball" Flour, Corn Meal, Graham k
ft Flour, Bran, Shorts and Com Chop. j"
♦ USD AUCH ROGGEH-MEHL i
i Manchester Mill & Elev. Go. t
Wakita Is getting busy with a
view to having a winning bell team]
there this year. Hop* they get a
tea* together, as it is e pleasure to
pley with the boys down there. Two |
years ago Waklta’s team played a few
games with Manoheetera, and It is|
dlfflealt to Nod a more ganttomanly
—la order to get the “Coatt Com-
pany,’’ Made mi Sbevry, to play An-1
thooi, the manage moot wae required |
to give a MOO guarantee. Than are
filv* oompanUa undat one manage-
ment1 playing Madame Sherry, but the
oompeny playing Anthony on April
loth ia Co, A, and to oonaidarad tha
beet* the five, having an aggngat-|
o'fltin seldom' anri
iTJ.K D .1. .
We have one of the dressiest,
smartest collections of cool sum-
mer fabrics ever shown in this
They come straight from the looms
of The Royal Tailors, and backed by
Royal tailoring they offer unequalled
value for your summer suit.
Cool and comfortable yet rich and
snappy. Come in and look over the
rich array yourself.
J. W. MALLORY, Local Duler
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